What s festive season without mithai And what s Diwali without ladoos Unthinkable And unacceptable That s what It s almost time for the many joyous celebrations and get togethers to commence and if you re looking for a quick easy sweetmeat to make to get the festivities rolling it doesn t get better than these Rava Ladoos from theepicurist A sureshot crowd pleaser these little balls of sugary goodness though unassuming in appearance boast a sublime flavour combination that features some of Indian festive sweets most beloved ingredients including saffron cardamom coconut and of course rava Now let s see those pots and pans so we can get rolling Ingredients Semolina Sooji Rava 4 cups very fine Ghee 1 cup runny not thickened Coconut 1 1 2 cups freshly grated Sugar 2 1 2 cups Water 1 3 4 cups Cardamom Powder 1 tsp Saffron Strands a pinch Method Heat the ghee and roast the semolina on a low to medium flame Stir for 20 30 minutes until the flour turns golden brown Add the freshly grated coconut and stir for another 20 minutes until the mixture turns pink Remove from heat For the sugar syrup melt the sugar in the water over a medium flame and turn off the flame once it comes to a boil Add in the saffron strands and cardamom powder Add the syrup to the semolina mixture and mix well until it cools down Once cool transfer to a large plate and knead well Separate tiny ladoo sized portions and roll

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What's festive season without mithai? And what's Diwali without ladoos? Unthinkable. And unacceptable. That's what.

It's almost time for the many joyous celebrations and get-togethers to commence, and if you're looking for a quick, easy sweetmeat to make to get the festivities rolling, it doesn't get better than these Rava Ladoos from @theepicurist.

A sureshot crowd-pleaser, these little balls of sugary goodness, though unassuming in appearance, boast a sublime flavour combination that features some of Indian festive sweets' most beloved ingredients, including saffron, cardamom, coconut, and of course, rava.

Now, let's see those pots and pans, so we can get rolling!

Ingredients:-
- Semolina (Sooji/ Rava), 4 cups, very fine
- Ghee, 1 cup, runny (not thickened)
- Coconut, 1 1/2 cups, freshly grated
- Sugar, 2 1/2 cups
- Water, 1 3/4 cups
- Cardamom Powder, 1 tsp
- Saffron Strands, a pinch

Method:-
• Heat the ghee and roast the semolina on a low-to-medium flame.
• Stir for 20-30 minutes until the flour turns golden-brown.
• Add the freshly grated coconut and stir for another 20 minutes until the mixture turns pink.
• Remove from heat.
• For the sugar syrup, melt the sugar in the water over a medium flame and turn off the flame once it comes to a boil. Add in the saffron strands and cardamom powder.
• Add the syrup to the semolina mixture and mix well until it cools down.
• Once cool, transfer to a large plate and knead well.
• Separate tiny ladoo-sized portions and roll.

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What's festive season without mithai? And what's Diwali without ladoos? Unthinkable. And unacceptable. That's what. It's almost time for the many joyous celebrations and get-togethers to commence, and if you're looking for a quick, easy sweetmeat to make to get the festivities rolling, it doesn't get better than these Rava Ladoos from @theepicurist. A sureshot crowd-pleaser, these little balls of sugary goodness, though unassuming in appearance, boast a sublime flavour combination that features some of Indian festive sweets' most beloved ingredients, including saffron, cardamom, coconut, and of course, rava. Now, let's see those pots and pans, so we can get rolling! Ingredients:- - Semolina (Sooji/ Rava), 4 cups, very fine - Ghee, 1 cup, runny (not thickened) - Coconut, 1 1/2 cups, freshly grated - Sugar, 2 1/2 cups - Water, 1 3/4 cups - Cardamom Powder, 1 tsp - Saffron Strands, a pinch Method:- • Heat the ghee and roast the semolina on a low-to-medium flame. • Stir for 20-30 minutes until the flour turns golden-brown. • Add the freshly grated coconut and stir for another 20 minutes until the mixture turns pink. • Remove from heat. • For the sugar syrup, melt the sugar in the water over a medium flame and turn off the flame once it comes to a boil. Add in the saffron strands and cardamom powder. • Add the syrup to the semolina mixture and mix well until it cools down. • Once cool, transfer to a large plate and knead well. • Separate tiny ladoo-sized portions and roll. #Mithai #Ladoo #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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